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and andrew wrote a great piece, ten worst media moments, the suspects as chris matthews. >> jon: we'll get to him in a minute. the. >> the other stories, he acted alone. they weren't influenced. they no immediately according to brian williams, there were no foreigners at all. they went from is there to obama administration did fine. so when director clapper said we connected all the dots. it was like napolitano three years ago, that is the latest story. the fourth one only fox news and megyn kelly was interested in, why were all the guys on welfare. we financed the phones to help make the bombs. >> jon: judy, you took note of the piece bernie goldberg reported. >> after a while, i said to myself, yeah, sure, i'll believe it when i see it. this is not good for an american institution whose credibility rating is somewhere around used car dealers. we need a mainstream media that we trust. >> yes. i think that bernie goldberg pointed out some of the worst mistake that has people made. the column really focused on those errors. i think cnn talking about the f.b.i. and law enforcement looking fo
they're afraid to speak out. >> look at chris matthews. they're not going to speak out. they're getting their peiyans to do it because these east too big. his identity is too big in black america. >> sean: you think a the congressional black caucus is afraid to? >> they don't know what to do. exactly. cuba gooding played his part in the movie. we're talking hollywood. his story goes beyond anything that they can control. now that we have social media, they can't stop these voices coming out of the black community. >> sean: a.j.? >> what's interesting is you have what -- the reason i mention chris matthews is we've heard for the past five years is all criticism of observe soak is racially motivated, arably based. that's what we heard for five years. yet, for dr. carson, where is that raised when this man is criticized? then it's not about skin color. no, we just don't like what he's saying. >> but we have to watch out for the double standard. >> sean: you can't even say the word chicago or urban. >> that's racism. and we don't need him to be our spokesperson for what's racist and what's
>> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you -- >> tear down this wall. >> i can tell you the time for change has come! chris: shorthand what we know of him even now is an open question. what's the impact? who was really setting the lead? were those his hands or vice president's cheney's? were the moves his own or reaction to what his father did or didn't do. father and son, george w. bush's confidence simply from one and what was about his faith that he said got him through so much? he did explain this president's success. finally, today's republicans are animated by the tea partiers, still angry at the big spending of the bush years. past of the history, foreign wars and what about religion out right? is today's g.o.p. indebted to the group that w b to roughte dance. hii'm chris matthew welcome to the show. today "the washington post's" bob woodward and "the new york times"'s and cnn's gloria borger and "time" magazine's michael duffy. first up, so much of our politics and supreme court rulings were shaped by the george w. bush presidency. th
and chris matthews in a moment. first to breaking news in the boston terror investigation. michigan congressman mike rodgers chairs the house intelligence committee he's a former fbi man and he joins me now. mr. chairman, we're hearing from questioning before he was mirandaized, significantly, that dzhokhar tsarnaev did tell the fbi that they did have a plan. first he said they were going to new york to party after the explosions. but he did then acknowledge that they were planning to use whatever was left of their explosives in times square. what degree of credibility do you give to this hospital bed confession, if you will? >> i'm not sure. i have not heard that specifically. i did hear that in the aftermath, that there were at least interest in doing more events. i'm not clear it was new york. it may have actually been in the boston area. but because of the videos released, that ramped up the pressure on them. they went on a crime spree. it was my understanding, and again this is, these things are fluid, and there's lots of facts flying around. but trying to repeat basically what
in dallas, texas, is the host of msnbc's "hardball," my friend and colleague, chris matthews. and in los angeles, democratic strategist bob shrum, a columnist for the "daily beast." chris, former president clinton tweeted a remarkable photo of all five former presidents together today. and the president, himself, spoke about not being able to understand truly the nature of the presidency until you're actually in the job. and we are getting a view of the vast scope today, aren't we, with everything from consoling those killed in boston and texas, to confronting the possibility of chemical weapons in syria? >> well certainly, and i think -- i was just writing something the other night looking at the -- something we've all forgotten. remember we put the marines into lebanon to try to stable ice that country when it was under the assault from the syrians and the israelis were working their way out of their invasion and it was chaotic hell. we put a bunch of marines in there, several hundred to stabilize or at least to nail down a diplomatic effort and they became a symbol of that diplomatic
italian. it's on. let's roll. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. >> the time for change has come. chris: guns winning the battle over people? a hell of a lot more guns in the u.s. than voting citizens and sales of guns, especially the foost shooting kind have exploded since the horror at newtown. why is the reaction to tragedy to arm up even more? broken watch. remember the biological clock that nudged women to think about having children by a time certain? are some professionals now saying push your career, risk putting off marriage and children? but wait a second. who are these people giving all this free advice? and finally, big apple time. madmen is coming back and after 40 years so is the tonight show. we're heading back to new york for batman's gotham to superman's metropolis. new york, new york. the town is so nice they named it twice. i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. and with us, "time" magazine's joe klein. the bbc's katty kay and the cook political report's amy walter and nbc's o
to meet him. >> are you going to be able to say hi to chris matthews and some of the more liberal people sf. >> i'll say hi to them all right. i'll art say a few more words than just hello to chris matthews. >> i was shocked, actually, you know, i wasn't really star struck on the red carpet. but when i saw sarah palin at the msnbc party, i was like, what is she doing here? but she seemed to be having a really good time. i don't get the tweet. one of my favorite interviews this weekend was my chat with the daily show's john oliver. i asked him what it was like to work for their boss jon stewart. >> does he call you up afterwards and and say, come on, you're better than that. >> come on, kid, get your head in the game. he's a very nice guy. but no, i wish we had a little "friday night lights" in it. >> can't lose! >> if you had it -- had the opportunity every night to do a signoff, what would it be? >> which you may have soon. >> i'd just say good-bye, that's it. it doesn't have the romance of poetry of good night, good luck, it would be just good night, that's it. i've finished talking. >
deliciously real. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can you.r >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. come. time for change has chris: spring forward, cold in the ground too long. bud andngton ready to flourish? is there hope for immigration reform, even for a deal to close government's deficits and manage the debt. obama's gamble, he put social table beforehe getting anything from the republicans. could his profile encourage, give onhe other side to taxes? will ticking off his own base him to the center, make him the country's one great figure who wants to deal and enemy?, who's our we can find dangerous governments on two sides of the world. today, we ask reporter who is cover the c.i.a. for the low-down. in charge in north korea? and iran, who and what should we be afraid of and do our spies really know? i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. us today, david ignatius post,"he washington kelly o'donnell with nbc news, nia-malika henderson with "the washington post" and mark mazzetti with "the new york times." it with ours had long winter of washing
up. >> rob, thanks very much. thank you for watching nbc bay area news. the chris matthews show is next. have a great night and a great week. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what this country can do for you. >> the time for change has come. chris: no easter bunnies. the astonishingly new attitude on same sex marriage. we used to say don't trust anyone over 30. so what happens when the under 30's get to run the show? too big for his britches. mike bloomberg says we can't buy a soda bigger than 16 ounces, an't sell a pack of sec -- cigarettes. does it matter as long as he's right? if hillary clinton runs as leader of full jerned equality? what will be the republican meme? what could her rival mount in response? i'm chris matthews and welcome to this show. with us the huffington post howard fineman. kelly o'donnell. first up, remember we were young and many of us were out on the streets and many of us said, don't trust anyone over 30? until this week when we witnessed the support for gay marriage we may not have seen the power of the 20-something. we know they vote
area news at 11:00. >> the chris matthews show is next. have a good weekend. good night. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can you.r >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. come. time for change has chris: spring forward, cold in the ground too long. bud andngton ready to flourish? is there hope for immigration reform, even for a deal to close government's deficits and manage the debt. obama's gamble, he put social table beforehe getting anything from the republicans. could his profile encourage, give onhe other side to taxes? will ticking off his own base him to the center, make him the country's one great figure who wants to deal and enemy?, who's our we can find dangerous governments on two sides of the world. today, we ask reporter who is cover the c.i.a. for the low-down. in charge in north korea? and iran, who and what should we be afraid of and do our spies really know? i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. us today, david ignatius post,"he washington kelly o'donnell with nbc news, nia-malika henderson with "the washington
coverage right here on msnbc tomorrow. thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> dogs of war. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. war. bombing people. shooting down airplanes. breaking into houses. i can think of what we mean when we so casually say, lelt's go, let's get in this thing and the rah-rah and drum beating that gets us out there killing people and getting killed again. always it's the same ones, mccain, krystol. say the name of the country and their conditioned response is war, america go to war. let's not be afraid to use our strength. the neocon babble. let's have a muscular foreign policy. all the metaphors for war that has us stuck once again in a country whose name we dare not pronounce a decade later. i spent all day yesterday at the george w. bush library. not once did i hear the word iraq. not once. if this crowd is proud of the wars they pushed, why are they afraid to remind us of the last one or even pronounce the word? david cornyn for "mother jones" ma
the middle part of the week. >> great job, rob. thanks for watching nbc bay area news. the chris matthews show is next. good night and have a great week. easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you. >> the time for change has come. chris: guns winning the battle over people? a hell of a lot more guns in the u.s. than voting citizens and sales of guns, especially the foost shooting kind have exploded since the horror at newtown. why is the reaction to tragedy to arm up even more? broken watch. remember the biological clock that nudged women to think about having children by a time certain? are some professionals now saying push your career, risk putting off marriage and children? but wait a second. who are these people giving all this free advice? and finally, big apple time. madmen is coming back and after 40 years so is the tonight show. we're heading back to new york for batman's gotham to superman's metropol
to wrestle with this issue. >>> joining me now is my colleague chris matthews, host of "hardball" on msnbc. chris, thank you for staying here tonight. >> yeah. well, it was worth it. and you know, this is the first time -- you and i know how cool this president is. he wasn't cool tonight. it was almost like mr. stewart goes to washington. he was standing up there and coming out with his hard and he was really talking to people there and the only question is, does mitch mcconnell care what the hell he says? he makes it 14 who say no vote. there will be no vote on background checks, nothing, in. nada will come out of what happened in newtown. >> zero. >> and this stonewalling by -- against a 90% belief makes you wonder how the constitution holds sometimes. how can you hold a system together that's based on straight arming 90% of the court and saying you're not even going to get a vote? >> the president said in his speech that 90% of the country rarely agrees on anything. here you have 90% of the country saying that they believe that background checks are necessary. now they are talking about
.org. by the way we're talking about legalization of marijuana. chris matthews okay -- >> oh, geez. >> chris matthews hardball he is just losing it. he had andrea mitchell on yesterday. and she is talking about the big voices of america -- i think that's the title -- close to that -- the event that former secretary of state hillary clinton hosted a couple of days ago, vice president joe biden spoke. and andrea mitchell pointing out he was received as a real hero there. chris matthews why is this a problem in america? >> joe biden has real credit with these women, and he walked into her home court -- >> is that [ inaudible ] the idea of wife beater? is that something that women really worry about in >> yes, the violence against women act -- >> in the home? in the home? >> yes, the domestic violence act -- >> bill: what women really worry about this stuff? in their own house? what planet does he live on right? >> he certainly doesn't live in reality. >> bill: the stories of this are terrifying, and you read them all the time. yes, even today, chris matthews. >> remember,
in the value to our society. -- and the value to our society. chris matthews was here peddling his latest jfk book. he is a huge fan. was jfk under estimated? that is the debate going on. talk about controlling the message. in the obama administration, we talk about their view of the press. they are so controlling of the press. >> they have not done a good job. >> that was a campaign that was brilliant in its use of new media. that again is striking. every president uses the medium of their own time. radio, tv with kennedy. we have not seen this white house effectively harness and the -- any of the media. >> goldman sachs. >> one of the reasons i supported president obama was i did not want to see larry summers in the white house. [laughter] with hillary clinton, until the end of her campaign, there was not a sense of how she could bring her history to bear. it was very much a restoration ist campaign. he fell if you are going to get the clinton administration part 3. -- you felt as if you were going to get the clinton administration part 3. if you feel it was such a crisis and panic at that
ceremony hosted by chris matthews in dallas. it's at 11:00 eastern time on msnbc. >>> football fans have something to cheer about. new york's radio city music hall is where the top prospects have gathered above the famed marquee. security will be tighter than usual in light of the boston marathon bombings. football players will pause to honor the bombing victims by a moment of silence. >>> the most popular selling video game. sanders got 58% of the vote to be on the cover of madden 25. >>> a broken water pipe may be to blame for this. that's a bunny rabbit on the racetrack. that's cute. moving on to the landslide story. a broken water pipe may be responsible for what we are about to show you. it stretched 15 feet under the home. the home is deemed unsafe. the owners can't return until engineers decide what to do next. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. if you've got it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airway
. chris matthews is here. chris matthews has the only show where the commercial exists just so they can wipe the spittle off the lens. [laughter] during the boston coverage on msnbc last week, chuck todd stopped a pundit from speculating on unverified information. there is no joke here. i'm just letting the people at cnn know that you can do that. [laughter] this is a learning experience. fox news star bill o'reilly, he has become quite the author. two recent bestsellers, " killing kennedy" and "killing lincoln." bill o'reilly is now working on his next book, due out this fall, this time about the killing of jesus. it will be the first time in history that his death is blamed on obamacare. [laughter] two quick shout outs to pbs and npr. pbs -- yes! [applause] those people love to party. be safe, wear a tote bag. it works. you have got to love npr. still the number one source for news delivered as if there is a toddler sleeping in the next room. [laughter] shh! nbc news is in the house. they have had a rough go of it. the today show let go of ann curry. after being told that an curry sai
dynasty" and barbara streisand and michael bloomberg. some might say that me and chris matthews are an odd couple. not everyone was in on the fun. sarah palin tweeted, "the white house correspondents' dinner was pathetic." that's an interesting take on the dinner especially since todd palin went in 2009. and look at this. the governor's daughter bristol was there two years ago and palin herself attended the msnbc after-party in 2011. if only we had a video to prove it. oh, wait. >> my daughter went to the dinner so i'll hear the scoop from her. >> and, you know, is this your first time at a white house correspondents' event? >> yes. todd's been here a couple years ago. bristol has been here. >> the palins had a nice time when they went to the dinner and everybody did this year, too. come on, sarah, lighten up. we missed you. i know you would have found the president funny. >> i get it. these days i look in the mirror and i have to admit, i'm not the strapping young muslim socialist that i used to be. i understand second term, need a burst of new energy, try some new things and my team and
to chris matthews, my colleague standing by with the latest information as well. chris? >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews with the latest on what's happening in boston. boston police say at least two bombs exploded near the finish line of the boston marathon today. a third bomb, as we just heard, exploded at the jfk library a short time later. nbc news reports they were small improvised explosive devices. here's video of that first explosion today. police say at least two people are dead already and 23 more injured. in fact, witnesses and hospital officials now say some of those injuries were severe including people with missing limbs. governor deval patrick called what happened today a horrific attack. officials say that a third explosion, as we said, occurred at the jfk library an hour later. residents of the city were warned to stay home today. in fact, the blast happened about two hours after the first runners crossed the finish line. at that iconic event, the boston marathon. because of the magnitude of the event today, there were tens of thousands of spectators right there at the f
:00 a.m. chris matthews, you first more than anything is a political junkie and history junkie. moments like this, five presidents together. >> yeah. i was thinking of a great joke, and i guess it would be a barroom joke. who are the only four presidents in the united states not buried in the states, not buried here? >> right. >> these guys. >> right. >> so i think it is great to have them together. i think there is sort of a club, as has been written about by our friends. i think that they will be nice to each other and supportive, and it's sort of -- it's sort of a gentleman's agreement that they be positive about each other. something indecent about a president dumping on another president. very tricky histories like harry truman had no love for ike, for example. >> herbert hoover for very bitter for years. >> my favorite line is ronald reagan having beaten jimmy carter, and they are riding along in the car coming up to the capitol, and -- and reagan was trying to break the ice, so he's talking about his hollywood days which he always did, you know. it's all over, and afterwards jimm
chris matthews with "hardball" is next. >>> hillary clinton. it's about time. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. i remember when general eisenhower ran for president. i was sitting in a movie theater. my tad dad was sitting to my right. is he president, i asked, about to get on a plane? no, dad said, but he will be. nobody outside of incumbent presidents and not even some of them has in all the years since enjoyed such a commanding position going into a presidential cycle as hillary clinton. the number one reason is that her candidacy would be not just a campaign, but in a very powerful way, a movement. she is the world's most celebrated woman leader by far. she has made women issues an important part of her agenda and she, hillary clinton, came close to winning the nomination five years ago. many followers are still out there, more committed than ever she'll win in this time. let me add an obvious. there are many women my age and older who have spent their lives voting for men of uneven quality, uneven charact
may be tested. thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> has gun safety lost? let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. as is the entire answer to what happened in newtown, connecticut, going to be sorry about that, but we're not going to do anything about gun safety? nothing. wouldn't it have been smarter politics for the president to have gotten out front on gun safety right after the newtown horror? he knew what the problem was, what the solution had to be. the killer used an assault rifle. ban him. the killer used 30-round magazines. ban them. the killer was a nut. enforce background checks. why do we all need a study? why did the president think it was smart to use up time to give the nra time? why didn't he strike while the iron was hot? why do i ask this all now? because right now looks very iffy that the congress is going to do anything. not a ban on assault rifles, not a ban on 30-round clips, not even tougher background checks. we all know why. it will take 60 v
afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is right next. >>> politically unbalanced. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in philadelphia tonight. let me start with this. i've learned one thing about politicians over the years. they are who you think they are. it's always the same for me. i meet a politician i've been reading an, been watching on tv. i believe they're not the person i've read about and watched. then after i really get to know them, guess what, i discover they're precisely the person i thought they were by reading about them and watching an them on television. well case in point, mitt romney. were you really surprised to hear him talk about the 47% that are living off the rest of us? did that really sock yhock you hear him talk in private like an economic elitist? case in point, president obama, did it stun you to hear him talk about those people in states like pennsylvania who cling to their gun and religion. case if point, mitch mcconnell. what did you really think when you heard him say the way he intends to get re-elected is to hammer a
>>> thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> high noon. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. remember what you, i mean you, personally, thought when you heard all those first graders had been shot up there in connecticut? first if you're like me, you thought of the little kids and the fear, terror, the horror of those nightmare seconds. the last those kids would ever know. second, you thought of the ferocious firing of bullets. all these bullets flying from one person's hand. all that death coming in that hard barrage. what kind of gun did this guy have? 27 people, 20 little kids, blown to kingdom come in a moment of hideous mass murder. this evening the president is up in connecticut trying manfully to resurrect that first human parental reaction of ours, caring for those lost, the caring that this kind of mass killing weapon should not be in the hands of a nut, a murderer on a rampage, someone who wanted this very weapon so he could kill like he was in some house of horr
>>> thanks so much for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> posse. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me tart tonight with this. there's a new posse out there in the country. they aren't the big city boys, no, they come from the smaller towns. from allentown and out there in west virginia. they're trying to stop crazy people and outlaws from getting their hands on rapid firing guns. pat toomey, joe manchin. nothing big city about either of these guys. they don't care if you drink giant 16 ounce cokes. they don't want their kids being shot at by nuts waving semiautomatic assault rifles. the kind our soldiers use in afghanistan and on some other war fronts. pat toomey and joe manchin are now in the process as i said, maybe the posse will grow to the 60 senators we need to get the deal they struck the deal on, voted on. that's the idea. because without a vote in the senate, john boehner and the house will be sure to keep the house from voting on gun safety. so tonight let's find out if our democracy is going to have a ch
about it. chris matthews, can't do a segment without him. he says he has no problem with the issue of nbc taking sides here. >> i think msnbc, you and i, have been keeping up the fight for gun safety for the two or three months of this fight for newtown, not just a few times, but consistently every night. absolute consistent fighting on this network to push for this kind action. i don't think there's any problem with taking sides here. >> sean: who needs jay carney when you've got chris matthews? >> exactly right. exactly. on another segment, he actually gave the phone number out for members of congress and told people to call their congressmen. there comes a point, isn't this corporate lobbying by the comcast corporation? it's not just to advocate gun control. he's pushing a certain piece of legislation and using a national network to push national legislation. to me is corporate lobbying. >> sean: this is like state-run media. let me give you an example of what i mean by that. listen to joe biden's comments. we do have a second amendment to our constitution. 99.9% of americans th
>>> thanks for watching. chris matthews picks things up now. >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews with the latest on the boston marathon terror bombings. we're awaiting the start of a news conference right now from massachusetts governor devalue, t patrick, and we're going to bring that to you when it begins. in the meantime, here's where things stand at this hour. as of now three people are dead and more than 18 o wounded. . some in critical condition. many of the wounded including those who lost limbs are facing, of course, years of recovery and therapy. one of those cases involves two brothers who both lost a leg. >> i have been moved and as a matter of fact, really amazed by the resolve of our patients. some of them woke up today with no leg and they told me that they're happy to be alive. they thought they would die as they saw the blood spilling out. they thought that they would lose their life right there and then. as they woke up today from surgery and they saw that they're not dead, they feel extremely thankful. >> wow. well, this, the boy, by the way, 8-year-old martin r
there are so many they multiply like. got chris matthews and others tossing blame at everyone. my gut says when you go political early it's more more ego score points against people you dislike. joint reid at msnbc juiced the ache tack on george bush and another who writes let's hope the boston marathon bomber is a white american. you mean like the occupy wall streeters on trial in cincinnati? or bill ayers the nutty professor? i don't think david meant that at all. even though the only difference between ayers in boston was that bombs went off earlier. by now have you experienced nonstop coverage of this horrible crime and we know that certain images will stay with us forever. this one, especially. right now, wagging fingers at people you dislike will not change that or bring relief to the suffering families. after -- nic kristof admitted it was stupid for tweeting blame on the republicans. >> that wasn't his knee jerk reaction. he only did that because people were ticked off about it and they called him on it. but his knee jerk reaction and not just him, it's a bunch of journalists and people
'm chris matthews with the latest developments in the manhunt for the boston bombing suspect. 24 hours ago, the fbi released video and photos of the two suspects as i'm speaking, authorities are carrying out a massive manhunt for one of those suspects. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. he was born in the former soviet republic of kyrgyzstan. his family is chechnyan. he became an american citizen last year on 9/11. authorities are searching house to house in the boston suburb of watertown where he's believed to be holed up. older brother, suspect number one was killed last night in a shootout with police. nbc news reports that at that shootout, 200 rounds were exchanged. and before that happened, he and his brother killed a security officer at m.i.t. held a man captive after carjacking him. and severely wounded another police officer. the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, was 26. nbc news learned he spent six months last year outside of the country. authorities are still piecing together where he went and what he did during that time. there are many questions tonight. joining me to help answer
. >> absolutely. thanks for watching nbc bay area news. the chris matthews show is next. >> good night, everyone. >> good night. >> this is is the chris matthews show. >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. i can hear you. >> the time for change has come. chris: again, boston's american tragedies is our latest national nightmare but it comes out almost out of nowhere. we know we have enemy who is hate us. but we don't understand what it's all about. carry on -- an event nearly impossible to secure forces changes to the american life. will monuments become so restricted that the enemies stpwhin and watergate revolution. it's 40 years since bob woodward were following the money on a story that drove nixon from office. will the same thing happen today? with us today from "the washington post," bob woodward, cbs' lesley stahl, gloria borger from cnn and michael duffy from time magazine. for nearly 12 years americans have had a full awareness that enemies are dedicated to hitting us. we dedicate ourselves to carrying on to stiffening our resolve as the president said th
us on twitter @bashirlive and facebook and online at tv.msnbc.com. for now, chris matthews is next and "hardball." >>> crime and punishment. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off tonight, charges filed. suspected boston bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev was charged today with a weapon -- using a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property resulting in death following three deaths and 180 injured in last week's marathon attack. the criminal complaint includes the description of footage of him leaving a knapsack on the ground where the explosion took place. another similar bomb was found at the site of the watertown shootout. tsarnaev remains in a boston hospital tonight unable to speak because of injuries that include a gunshot wound to his neck. but he's being questioned by authorities already and responding with written answers. in medford, massachusetts, today a funeral was held for 29-year-old victim krystle campbell. in boston, deval patrick and mayor demino requested a moment of silence at 2:50 to mark the one-week a
hypocrisy. thanks for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> he's talking. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. we're starting off tonight with the latest on the boston bombing case. the surviving subject, dzhokhar tsarnaev, remains hospitalized from bullet wounds but authorities say his condition has improved to fair today. authorities also tell nbc news that he has cooperated with them so far. he's told investigators that he and his brother acted alone in last week's bombings at the boston marathon, they had no contact with overseas terrorist groups. that's what he said. he said the brothers built the bomb with guidance from an online publication put out by the al qaeda off shoot in yemen called "inspire." it's written in english with instructions on how to build a bomb used last week. tsarnaev told authorities the motive for their attack has to do with their religious fervor, he and his brother, and anger over the united states' wars in afghanistan and iraq. meanwhile told we're seeing new images from that dramatic shooting in w
facebook and also on twitter @bashirlive. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> body snatchers. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. invasion of the body snatchers. that's what this is like. we tried to fathom who was with us and who is one of them. we can't tell, can we? how do we tell when someone has gone over to the other side? when does it happen, this radicalization process? where does it happen? over in russia somewhere? back in cambridge when some guy's surfing the internet? no wonder we're trying to figure out these two brothers. the living one says it all happened on the internet. it was all about religion. and nobody was helping them. no one was helping them in their radicalization or in their bomb building and their getting together with other weapons. my question is how they crossed the line between having an attitude and deciding to go kill as many people as they could. what makes an innocent person into a cold-blooded killer? a young militant into a murderer? you would think it would take some
evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. >>> body snatchers. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. invasion of the body snatchers. that's what this is like. we tried to fathom who was with us and who is one of them. we can't tell, can we? how do we tell when someone has gone over to the other side? when does it happen, this radicalization process? where does it happen? over in russia somewhere? back in cambridge when some guy's surfing the internet? no wonder we're trying to figure out these two brothers.
'm chris matthews, in dallas on campus of smu, southern methodist university. moments ago, we heard the former president himself, as well as his father, george herbert walker bush, former presidents clinton and carter and president obama. president george w. bush said he made the decisions he did to make country safe, the moments that defined his presidency, 9/11 and katrina. the word he said mother than any other was freedom. repeating that over and over. the one word he did not utter was iraq. never heard it today. the president getting emotional as he wrapped up his speech. joining me here in dallas is david gregory, moderator of nbc's "meet the press." chuck todd, nbc's political director and host of msnbc's "the daily rundown." politico's jonathan martin. wane slater, senior political writer for "dallas morning news." and the author. book "bush's brain." and joining us is michael reagan and michael beschloss, you will hear from all of them now. david, this was quite a day. i didn't expect it would go so well, but i think it has. >> i think it has gone well. there's an enormous
with chris matthews and "hardball." >>> president's day. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in dallas for the opening of the george w. bush presidential library. leading off tonight, what could be a bombshell development in the boston marathon case. police commissioner ray kelly of new york said today the boston marathon bombing suspects were talking about going to new york and exploding their bombs in times square. we'll have that in a moment. >>> meanwhile, here in dallas, texas, four u.s. presidents teamed up to dedicate their fellow president's library. it was a day of emotion and goodwill. a day in the sun for george w. bush. the biggest news was made before the dedication even began, with barbara bush making clear her assessment of a presidential run by son, jeb, in 2016. >> it's not just four families or whatever. there are just other people out there that are very qualified and we've had enough bushes. >> we've had enough bushes. but we start with news in the boston marathon bombing case. pete williams joins us from washington. pete, this is big news in the
for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> dogs of war. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. war. bombing people. shooting down airplanes. breaking into houses. i can think of what we mean when we so casually say, lelt's go, let's get in this thing and the rah-rah and drum beating that gets us out there killing people and getting killed again. always it's the same ones, mccain, krystol. say the name of the country and their conditioned response is war, america go to
chris matthews and jim cramer and you'll hear it loud and clear." >>> up next, skon gres congress steps in to stop the furloughs that caused by the sequester cuts led to flight delays around the country. congress has no problem of fixing the sequester when it affects the rich but not when it hurts the poor. that's ahead. you're watching "hardball." the place for politics. >>> i'm amanda drury with your i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events, including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor sho
."[laughter] right in to that show. it is good to see my old friends at msnbc. chris matthews is here. chris matthews has the only show where the commercial exists just so they can wipe the spittle off the lens. [laughter] during the boston coverage on msnbc last week, chuck todd stopped a pundit from speculating on unverified information. there is no joke here. i'm just letting the people at cnn know that you can do that. [laughter] this is a learning experience. fox news star bill o'reilly, he has become quite the author. two recent bestsellers, " killing kennedy" and "killing what about "the natural peaceful death of taft"? [laughter] bill o'reilly is now working on his next book, due out this fall, this time about the killing of jesus. it will be the first time in history that his death is blamed on obamacare. [laughter] two quick shout outs to pbs and npr. pbs -- yes! [applause] those people love to party. be safe, wear a tote bag. it works. you have got to love npr. still the number one source for news delivered as if there is a toddler sleeping in the next room. [laughter] shh! nbc news is in
matthews show coming up next. >> good night. >> this is "the chris matthews show." >> ask not what your country can do for you -- >> tear down this wall. >> i can tell you the time for change has come! chris: shorthand what we know of him even now is an open question. what's the impact? who was really setting the lead? were those his hands or vice president's cheney's? were the moves his own or reaction to what his father did or didn't do. father and son, george w. bush's confidence simply from one and what was about his faith that he said got him through so much? he did explain this president's success. finally, today's republicans are
for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> war song. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews back in washington. let me start with this. the hawks sing from the same song sheet. have you noticed? the same chorus of neocons and good old-fashioned hawks out there now doing it again like they did with iraq and will be doing again with iran. they're all on the same page. ready? here it comes if. if we don't get engaged militarily in syria, syria, that will lead to a war with north cree y and iran. got it? if we don't fight assad in syria, we'll be fighting the mullahs in iran and kim yong-un in north korea. is there a clearinghouse, a conference call where everyone in the choir gets the tune right for the next war? i listened to all this this last time. heard the same rhapsody played over and over how easy it would be, what a cake walk it was going to be going into iraq, how there would be a mushroom cloud over america if we didn't attack and didn't attack then. here it comes again. if you can tell the difference between what mccain and graham and john bolten are
matthews is next. >>> stop the guillotine. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. there are people in this country, believe it or not, who believe the best way to get rich people to work harder is to give them tax benefits. the best way to get the poor to work harder is to cut their benefits. got it? give the carrot to the better off, give the stick to the worse off. and so in america today the guillotine is coming down on programs to get meals to the elderly. give a head start to the young who need it most. and as that guillotine comes down again and again, the well-off enjoy a government that looks out for them. in fact, races to look out for them. making sure that their flights arrive on time. even as the poor worry about the next meal they know isn't coming at all. will the president be able to stop this way of government, or is he, his party and the republican, stuck in so much political mud they'll never get free? michael steele was chairman of the republican party, now an mns mns political analyst. bob shrum. pr
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